30 Shakespearean Inspired Insults To Color for Any Occasion
Each coloring page is printed on a separate sheet to avoid bleed through Thumbnail image pages give you a quick look at each image and a definition of each insult Each insult is designed with a stained glass motif background and characters or colorable words Each Coloring Page is Designed for Fun, Relaxation, and Stress Relief Three levels of coloring expertise design to ensure drawings for every skill level Safe to color at work or at home Insults taken from Shakespearean, Middle English and modern day street slang
The Perfect Insult for When Typical Swear Words Just Won’t Do!
Whether you need a more profound set of words to convey your disgust and displeasure to someone or are in an environment where a well placed fbomb won’t quite do the job, The Stained Glass Coloring Book of Insults will fill your needs.
• 30 Original Insult Designs
• Single-Sided Pages
• Includes Definitions
• Sized to frame at 8.5 x 11″
• Safe to color at work
• Includes drawings for every coloring skill level
No matter where you are, or who you need to insult, The Stained Glass Coloring Book of Insults will have just the right insult for the occasion. Why call someone a common name when you can express so much more with an insult like “Onion-Eyed Puttock” or an “Earth-Vexing Scut”? And what can be more fun than watching their face turn beet red as they struggle to top your well-delivered insult with a mere, everyday fbomb?
Coloring a nicely worded insult can be the ultimate stress-reliever after a day spent with that gross, ugly, smelly, ill-bred malt worm who occupies the desk next to you. WARNING: While this book is safe for work from a coloring perspective, it may not be safe for work if you use these insults on management. Calling your boss a Tottering Trilobyte COULD get you fired.
Instructions for Use: Sit back, think of the person or situation that annoyed you most in your day, find the insult that best expresses your disgust and start coloring that page with your choice of markers, pencils or crayons. May be used on breaks at work, or in front of children and mothers-in-law.
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